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Trust is What Makes Health Care Work–A Success Story from Belgium

When speaking about Belgium, Dr. Florence Hut, physician-in-chief at CHU Brugmann (Brugmann University Hospital) is full of pride.  Only a few days ago, Francois Englert, a Belgian theoretical physicist won this year’s Nobel Prize for Physics, bringing the total number of the country’s Nobel Prize laureates to 11. But to Dr. Hut, what made her […]

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Learning from Patients

Last week Stanford Medicine blog Scope wrote about Experts by Experience, a collection of patient stories published on the blog in early 2012. I read patient stories almost every day as part of my job, but these candid accounts—written by patients with different conditions from the online community Inspire—still struck me deeply. The past Saturday […]

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